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Advanced Vietnamese II

A continuation of Advanced Vietnamese I.

Advanced Yoruba II

Advanced readings, novels, thematic texts, and rhetoric. Focus on developing comprehension of textual materials. Introduction to scientific and other specialized materials.

Introduction to Vietnamese Literature

An introduction to Vietnamese literature, including Vietnamese newspapers, poetry, short stories, folk literature, and excerpts from classical and modern Vietnamese writings.

Swahili Studies I

Exploration of the aspects of Swahili literary history and civilization. It will provide knowledge of East Africa (not explored in regular language classes) through geography, history, political, and economic structures. The main focus will be on critical readings on Swahili literature, history, and civilization.

Advanced Chinese I

Advanced grammar, reading, conversation, and composition.

Honors Research Methods

Research methods in the Arts and Humanities to enhance directed study participation and Honors thesis/project preparation.

Swahili Studies I

Exploration of the aspects of Swahili literary history and civilization. It will provide knowledge of East Africa (not explored in regular language classes) through geography, history, political, and economic structures. The main focus will be on critical readings on Swahili literature, history, and civilization.

Honors Research Methods

Research methods in the Arts and Humanities to enhance directed study participation and Honors thesis/project preparation.

Advanced Japanese I

Equal emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn grammar and about 220 Kanji characters. All lessons include Japanese culture notes as well. The course also includes character recognition and pronunciation exercise sessions on computers.

Swahili Studies I

Exploration of the aspects of Swahili literary history and civilization. It will provide knowledge of East Africa (not explored in regular language classes) through geography, history, political, and economic structures. The main focus will be on critical readings on Swahili literature, history, and civilization.

Advanced Yoruba I

Designed to prepare students to travel to Nigeria and for research using authentic research materials. Study of geography and of political and economic structures of Nigeria and West Africa. Focus on reading Yoruban texts.

Swahili Studies II

An exploration of Swahili culture in contemporary literary texts; a discussion on how literary texts about the Swahili language and its speakers are used to manifest the culture and how external influences affect the indigenous Swahili culture. Readings of novels from the target country, documents, and other archival materials will be expected of the students.

Advanced Chinese II

A continuation of Advanced Chinese I.

Swahili Studies II

An exploration of Swahili culture in contemporary literary texts; a discussion on how literary texts about the Swahili language and its speakers are used to manifest the culture and how external influences affect the indigenous Swahili culture. Readings of novels from the target country, documents, and other archival materials will be expected of the students.

Advanced Japanese II

Equal emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn grammar and about 270 Kanji characters. All lessons include Japanese culture notes as well.

Swahili Studies II

An exploration of Swahili culture in contemporary literary texts; a discussion on how literary texts about the Swahili language and its speakers are used to manifest the culture and how external influences affect the indigenous Swahili culture. Readings of novels from the target country, documents, and other archival materials will be expected of the students.

Introduction to African Languages and Cultures

Overview of African languages and cultures, their diversity and similarities. Critical approach to discourses on Africa.

Introduction to African Languages and Cultures

Overview of African languages and cultures, their diversity and similarities. Critical approach to discourses on Africa.

Introduction to African Languages and Cultures

Overview of African languages and cultures, their diversity and similarities. Critical approach to discourses on Africa.

Speculative Fiction

Historical and thematic treatment of fictional speculation about scientific matters from the dialogues of Plato to the contemporary science fiction of Vonnegut.

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